2007–08 CHL season

The 2007–08 CHL season was the 16th season of the Central Hockey League (CHL).

2007–08 CHL season
LeagueCentral Hockey League
SportIce hockey
Regular season
Governors’ CupBossier-Shreveport
Season MVPJeff Bes
Top scorerAlex Leavitt
Northern championsColorado Eagles
  Northern runners-upTexas Brahmas
Southern championsArizona Sundogs
  Southern runners-upLaredo Bucks
Playoffs MVPRob McVicar (Arizona)
ChampionsArizona Sundogs
  Runners-upColorado Eagles

Regular season

Conference standings

Northern Conference GP W L T GF GA Pts
y-Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs644414321412294
x-Youngstown SteelHounds643920122219283
x-Texas Brahmas644020122219283
x-Mississippi RiverKings643921321417782
x-Colorado Eagles643720225422381
e-Rocky Mountain Rage643622524122078
e-Oklahoma City Blazers642830218819362
e-Tulsa Oilers642535319424354
e-Wichita Thunder642042115624742
Southern Conference GP W L T GF GA Pts
y-Laredo Bucks644219323316187
x-Arizona Sundogs643919629424284
x-New Mexico Scorpions643424623623174
x-Odessa Jackalopes643225721121071
x-Austin Ice Bats642933218319560
e-Amarillo Gorillas6422321021826554
e-Corpus Christi Rayz642234818319552
e-Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees641641717127839

Note: y - clinched conference title; x - clinched playoff spot; e - eliminated from playoff contention


Playoff Bracket

  First Round 1 Conference Semi-finals Conference Finals Ray Miron President's Cup Finals
  N1 Bossier-Shreveprt 0  
  N4 Texas 4  
N4 Texas 2  
N5 Mississippi 1
  N2 Colorado 4  
  N4 Texas 3  
N2 Colorado 4
N3 Youngstown 1  
  N2 Colorado 0
  S2 Arizona 4
S2 Arizona 4  
S3 New Mexico 2  
  S1 Laredo 3
  S2 Arizona 4  
S4 Odessa 2  
S5 Austin 1  
  S1 Laredo 4
S4 Odessa 0  


Source:Central Hockey League Historical Award Winners [1]
  • Ray Miron President’s Cup (Playoff Champions) - Arizona Sundogs
  • Governors’ Cup (Regular Season Champions) - Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs
  • Most Valuable Player - Jeff Bes, Laredo
  • Most Outstanding Goaltender - John DeCaro, Bossier-Shreveport
  • Most Outstanding Defenseman - Vladimir Hartinger, New Mexico
  • Rookie of the Year - David Nimmo, Amarillo
  • Coach of the Year - Scott Muscutt, Bossier-Shreveport
  • Man of the Year - Stacey Bauman, Oklahoma City
  • Rick Kozuback Award - Chris Stewart, Colorado
  • Joe Burton Award (Scoring Champion) - Alex Leavitt, Arizona
  • Playoff Most Valuable Player - Rob McVicar, Arizona
  • All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (North) - Brent Cullaton, Rocky Mountain
  • All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (South) - Alex Leavitt, Arizona
  • Athletic Trainer of the Year – Wade Sundbye, Oklahoma City
  • Equipment Manager of the Year– Patrick Stevens, Rocky Mountain

All-CHL Team

All-Rookie Team

  • Forward - Tyler Skworchinski, Texas
  • Forward - Mark Kolanos, Arizona
  • Forward - David Nimmo, Amarillo
  • Defenseman - Shaun Arvai, Amarillo
  • Defenseman - David Schlemko, Arizona
  • Goaltender - Alexandre Vincent, Odessa


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